#2. "RE: Thanks for the help, and that brings up another question." In response to In response to 1
San Antonio, US
Thanks for the reply, I am now totally hooked on off camera flash. After figuring out how to set the SB800 as the remote with the pop up as the commander I took this photo just to see if it was working. It is be no means an award winning or even mediocre photo. But it certainly is a good example of how the remote flash adds dimension to an otherwise flat image.
>Hi Charles, > >For the best possible consistency, orient the sensor window on >your remote Speedlights so they are aimed at the Master >(Commander) Unit. >As for settings, the possibilities are endless. >You can use light modifiers (umbrellas, soft boxes, etc....) >If you are indoors with light colored walls and ceilings you >can even place the remote Speedlight behind a wall and the >light (flash) reflected off of the walls or ceiling will >usually trigger the remote. > >Experiment. Find out what works best for you. >Good Luck and Enjoy your Nikons!